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IN JUST 8 WEEKS: SIMON KOAY

Yesterday marked the end of the annual 8 Week Challenge thrown by Chief's Original Bootcamp co-founders Chief Brabon & Gunny Brabon on 3 September 2012. For the past 8 weeks, more than 100 recruits from the Chief's Original Bootcamp, Malaysia registered for the annual challenge but only 70 recruits qualified when some of the recruits dropped-off from the bandwagon when they did not continued their session into October. Along the way, there were more that dropped off from the challenge when they could not resist saying no to the forbidden temptation of food but those that stayed, had followed through the program religiously. Their hard work paid off when they successfully re-branded themselves into... almost a different person!!

Please meet, Simon Koay from Penang Charlie. At the point when Simon joined the challenge.





Mid-way on the 4th week

 At the end of 8 Week!! Seeing is believing!!


The Grand Champion of the challenge will win RM15,000 but contestants will need to be voted into Semi-Finals first. Last year only 1 recruit from Malaysia, Kym Wishnowski that was voted into Semi Finals. This year, we need your support to vote more Malaysian to Semi-Finals. Voting is done online and everyone can vote even if you are not training at the COBC.  Please vote for Malaysia recruit to the Semi-finals.  

Voting will only be open on 1st November and close on 4th November - to vote, go to ORIGINAL BOOTCAMP, AUSTRALIA FACEBOOK page at HERE. (NOTE: The voting-site will be open and close ONLY on the specified date).


Other contestant for you to keep your eyes on are:

1) Maslina Ahmad Ismail at HERE,
2) Mr X at HERE
3) Novelle Ooi at HERE
4) Abdul Azizam at HERE
5) Kym Wishnowski at HERE
6) Stephanie Choong at HERE
7) Ang Shi Qun at HERE
8) Ms KitKat at HERE
9) Miss Sabon Tot at HERE
10) Mohd Azmir Zanul Abdin at HERE
11) Regina Ho at HERE
12) Marie Ho at HERE.
13) Affiq Zakie at HERE.
14) Simon Koay at HERE

Stay Tuned for the voting link!!!


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